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Gender: Male Meaning of Valentino: "strength, health" Origin of Valentino: Latin Valentino's Popularity in 2017: #671

The name Valentino is a boy's name of Spanish origin meaning "strength, health". Valentino is ranked #671 on our popularity charts and is often added to lists like Literary Names for Boys and discussed in our forums with posts like "Rate the Previous Signature!".

From the experts:

A dashing, dramatic and romantic Italian surname, associated with early movie heartthrob Rudolph, and later with Italian fashion designer Valentino (Garavani). Also the name of an early Roman saint, whose feast day marks the beginning of spring. Ricky Martin chose it for one of his twin boys.

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Famous People Named Valentino

Valentino (Garavani), Italian fashion designer.
Valentino (born Charles Harris), American disco singer.
Valentino Rossi, Italian motorcycle racer.
Valentino Musetti, Italian-English stuntman.
Valentino Mazzola, Italian footballer.
Valentino Silvio Bompiani, Italian publisher and writer.
(Vercy) Valentino Miller aka Young V, American rapper of group Rich Boyz, son of rapper Master P.
Valentino Caltagirone (b. 2004), son of TV presenter Melanie Sykes and Daniel Caltagirone.
Valentino Martin (b. 2008), son of singer Ricky Martin.
Valentino Fantauzzo (b. 2015), son of actress Asher Keddie and Vincent Fantauzzo.
Valentino Louis Novelli (b. 2016), son of celebrity chef Jean-Christophe Novelli.
Val Valentino, American magician.
Rudolph Valentino, Italian-American actor.
Valentino "Tino" Arteaga, drummer for American metalcore band Of Mice & Men.

Pop Culture References for the name Valentino

Valentino Falcone, one of the Falcone twins in Catherine Doyle's Blood for Blood series
Valentino, Valentine's Day Beanie Baby bear